I am considering whether to build a house, probably a 4x2, on a 580sq.m. block on south-east metropolitan Brisbane.
The block has a downward slop away from the road and, I have been told, any house built would need to be a "split-level", but I'm not really sure what that means.
This would be my first development, and I have an almost full-time job, so I would prefer have a project manager to supervise the project -- whether an architect or builder or someone else.
I am yet to engage any quotes, but I would like to get an idea from all you wise people in forum-land what would be a reasonable range for quotes per sq.m. that I could be looking at.
Even if I could get an idea of a range for building on "flat" land, that would be great.
I'm not planning anything extravagant, just good quality house with double lock-up garage and medium quality finishes.